Wearing a stylish fitness tracker may help you keep tabs on things like how many steps you take, but the devices themselves - even with the lure of a cash reward - probably won’t improve your health, according to the biggest study yet done on the trendy technology.
Wearing a stylish fitness tracker may help you keep tabs on things like how many steps you take, but the devices themselves - even with the lure of a cash reward - probably won’t improve your health, according to the biggest study yet done on the trendy technology. AJ Mast AP
Wearing a stylish fitness tracker may help you keep tabs on things like how many steps you take, but the devices themselves - even with the lure of a cash reward - probably won’t improve your health, according to the biggest study yet done on the trendy technology. AJ Mast AP

Study: Fitbits fail to improve health or aid weight loss

October 05, 2016 8:54 AM